About the Program
Allied Health - Radiotherapy/Medical Imaging/Cardiac Perfusion Emphasis
Medical Imaging technologists use technology to produce medical images for the diagnosis and treatment of illness and disease by taking images with ultrasound, nuclear medicine, X-ray, computed tomography (CT), or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
While gaining expertise in radiography (X-ray technologist, radiation therapist) students can choose to specialize in an additional discipline such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), CT technology (CAT scan), nuclear medicine, diagnostic medical sonography (Ultrasound), and cardiovascular diagnostic techniques (echocardiography, cardia catheterization).
Students interested in these disciplines often pursue multi-competency degrees in four-year (2+2) baccalaureate degree programs. Because of this, Keystone College has secured transfer agreements with such schools as